Indiana’s Lindsay Vrooman has been named the Big Ten Swimmer of the Week.
We caught up with USC Head Assistant Coach Jeremy Kipp at the Texas Invite, and he gave us the 411 on USC and why their college and club program is different. (Featured Image: USC NCAA Champ, Vlad Morozov)
Oakland swimming and diving head coach Pete Hovland announced today the signing of Andrew Binder, Ayrton Kasemets, Janne Markkanen, John Schihl and Seth Timmons to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period. All five student-athletes are committed to enroll at Oakland University and join the swimming and diving team for the 2014-15 season.
The Engineers’ swimming and diving ended the MIT Winter Invitational in first place with 1322.5 points, ahead of Keene State, who finished in second place with 980.5 points.
After strong performances at the USA Short Course Nationals, two swimmers from Louisville swept the weekly conference awards. Joao De Lucca took Men’s Swimmer of the Week for the fourth time this season, while Cardinal Kelsi Worrell was named Female Swimmer of the Week.
Aboe are the 5 current freshman on the roster at the University of Maryville.
St. Bonaventure’s Viacheslav Shchukin has been named the Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Performer of the Week, the league announced on Tuesday. Awards were based off performances from Dec. 2-8.
Towson University senior swimmer Kaitlin Burke was named the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Swimmer of the Week on Tuesday, league officials announced. It is the fourth time she earned the award this season.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference is a bit unique in that it holds an early-season version of its conference championship,…
Emory & Henry College freshman Allison Fowler has been selected as the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week, ODAC officials…
The Oakland duo had strong performances last weekend at EMU Invite.
University of Denver Ross Edfort (Somerset, N.J.) won The Summit League Diver of the Week honor, while Dylan Bunch (Boulder City, Nev.) and Samantha Corea (Vancouver, British Columbia) were named The Summit League Swimmers of the Week, for the period of Dec. 2-8, The Summit League announced today.
Dartmouth senior Nejc Zupan (pictured), Princeton’s Teo D’Alessandro and Brown’s Tommy Glenn each won two events at Princeton’s Big Al Open this weekend.
31 more athletes punched their tickets to the NCAA championships with automatic invite times at meets over the weekend.
Katie Ledecky proved over the weekend that she is a once-in-a-generation distance swimmer, which could be a big win financially (if she wants it).